The North America section of the Digest discusses recent resolutions regarding violations of the FCPA accounting provisions, including:

  • Panasonic agrees to pay $280 million to resolve FCPA violations with the SEC and DOJ; and
  • Dun & Bradstreet will pay the SEC $9.2 million to resolve books and records and internal accounting controls violations, with the DOJ declining to prosecute.

In the Europe section of the Digest you’ll find discussion regarding:

  • U.K.’s Treasury Committee will probe the scale of money laundering in the country; and
  • Spain’s third-largest bank, Caixabank, is being investigated for money laundering.

The Digest also looks at recent developments in Asia and the Middle East. These stories include:

  • Pakistan’s foreign minister is disqualified from holding public office;
  • The head of China’s top asset management company, Huarang Asset Management, is under investigation for corruption; and
  • Former South Korean president, Park Geon-hye, receives a 24-year sentence for corruption.

Sections on Latin America and Africa discuss unfolding events, such as:

  • Brazilian Senator Aecio Nueves must stand trial on corruption and obstruction of justice charges; and
  • Former South African president Jacob Zuma’s corruption trial moves forward.

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